Practice Areas
Bar Admissions
2017, Massachusetts 2010, Connecticut
Quinnipiac University School of Law, 2010, magna cum laude Fairfield University, 2007, cum laude
Court Admissions
Connecticut Massachusetts District of Connecticut District of Massachusetts Southern District of New York Western District of New York District of Colorado Northern District of Illinois Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals


Steve Teti is the Lead Attorney in the Firm’s Boston office, and practices in the Firm’s Antitrust and E-Discovery groups. Steve has significant experience drafting and arguing dispositive motions, taking depositions, working on complex e-discovery matters, and leading massive discovery efforts.

Steve is a member of and contributor to the Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum, which is a forum for plaintiffs-side complex litigation attorneys to discuss best practices for e-discovery. Steve is also a member of the American Bar Association Antitrust Section and the American Agricultural Law Association.

Steve graduated magna cum laude from the Quinnipiac University School of Law, where he served as Publications Editor of the Quinnipiac Law Review. After law school, Steve clerked for the judges of the Connecticut Superior Court, and then practiced antitrust, securities, and consumer class litigation at two nationally-recognized plaintiffs’ law firms in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Steve lives in Massachusetts with his wife, daughter, son, and puppy.

Representative Cases

  • Jien v. Perdue Farms, Inc., et al., No. 19-cv-2521 (D. Md.) (Poultry Wages Antitrust Litigation);
  • Brown v. JBS USA Food Co., et al., No. 22-cv-2946 (D. Colo.) (Red Meat Wages Antitrust Litigation);
  • Othart Dairy Farms, LLC v. Dairy Farmers of America, Inc., No. 22-cv-251 (D.N.M.) (Southwest Dairy Farmer Antitrust Litigation);
  • Rosenbaum v. Permian Resources Corp., No. 24-cv-103 (D. Nev.) (Shale Oil Antitrust Litigation);
  • Sabol v. PayPal Holdings, Inc., No. 23-cv-5100 (N.D. Cal.);
  • Scharpf v. General Dynamics Corp., No. 23-cv-1372 (E.D. Va.);
  • Lambrix v. Tesla, Inc., No. 23-cv-1145 (N.D. Cal.);
  • In re Broiler Chicken Antitrust Litig., No. 16-cv-08637 (N.D. Ill.);
  • In re Local TV Advertising Antitrust Litig., No. 18-cv-06785 (N.D. Ill.);
  • In re Thalomid & Revlimid Antitrust Litig., No. 14-cv-6997 (D.N.J.) ($34 million settlement on behalf of end payor class);
  • City of Birmingham Ret. & Relief Sys. v. MetLife, Inc., No. CV-2012-902101 (Ala. Cir. Ct.) ($9.75 million settlement);
  • Rosenberg v. Cliffs Natural Resources, Inc., No. 2014 CV 818140 (Ohio Ct. Com. Pleas ($10 million settlement);
  • Niitsoo v. Alpha Natural Resources, Inc., No. AD-303-2014 (Pa. Ct. Com. Pleas) ($3.6 million settlement);
  • In re Home Depot Inc. Customer Data Security Breach Litig., No. 14-md-02583 (N.D. Ga.) ($27.25 million settlement; served on Plaintiffs’ Coordination & Discovery Committee);
  • In re Target Corp. Customer Data Security Breach Litig., No. 14-md-02522 (D. Minn.) ($59 million settlement);
  • WinSouth Credit Union v. Mapco Express, Inc., No. 14-cv-01573 (M.D. Tenn.) (largest dollar-per-card settlement obtained on behalf of financial institutions involving data breach of credit and debit card information);
  • Friedman v. Maspeth Fed. Loan & Savings Ass’n, 30 F. Supp. 3d 183 (E.D.N.Y. 2014) (Weinstein, J.) (in case raising “issues of first impression on the reach of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act,” Steve defeated a motion to dismiss and later obtained a settlement that reimbursed consumers for 100% of their losses in the case which involved wrongful imposition of late charges on timely-received mortgage payments)


  • “Brick-by-Brick: The Case for Foundational Discovery,” 68 Federal Lawyer 1, at 34 (Jan./Feb. 2021)

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association, Antitrust Section
  • Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum
  • American Agricultural Law Association